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The MA243X0A series Microwave CW USB Power Sensors employ a single-path diode architecture to provide fast, accurate average power measurements from 10 MHz up to 50 GHz with 90 dB of dynamic range.

Features and Benefits:

  • Broad Frequency Range (10 MHz up to 50 GHz): Ideal for general purpose, aerospace and defense, satellite and wireless communications applications
    • MA24330A 10 MHz to 33GHZ
    • MA24340A 10 MHz to 40 GHz
    • MA24350A 10 MHz to 50 GHz
  • Accurate Power Measurements with over 90 dB Dynamic Range
  • Best-in-Class Damage Protection (+26 dBm CW, +32 dBm peak < 10 µs): Protects instrumentation investment
  • No Zeroing Required (for signals > –50 dBm) and Elimination of 1 mW Reference Calibration: Reduces test time and handling in production while maintaining absolute accuracy
  • Advanced Trigger Capabilities: Facilitates time dependent power measurements
  • NIST Traceable Calibration: Provides high-accuracy measurements and ensures absolute accuracy
  • Calibration Traceable to SI Units via National Metrology Institutes
  • Easy to Use with PC or Select Anritsu Handheld Instruments: No benchtop power meter unit needed
  • Silicone Protective Covering (removable): Provides additional field durability
  • External Trigger Latching: For pulses as narrow as 20 ns

KRYTAR offers Low Cost Power Meters in the following frequency bandwidths...

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